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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1917)
Forced to Raise $10,000
AND WE ARE GOING TO DO IT !
The only way we can accomplish this is to make prices th at will compel you to BUY NOW !
We must turn that amount of our stock into CASH within a very short time, and to do it, we
will sell for 15 days at the prices quoted below, FOR CASH ONLY. This is not an effort to
unload on the public, at a profit, ten or twelve years’ accumulation of old and out-of-date
merchandise. We haven’t it to sell. Nothing but New and Up-to-Date Goods in stock. Com
pare our prices with prices quoted anywhereor under any conditions.
Sale Starts Friday, Jan. 12
Men’s Work Pants
rise $1.50 Kahki Pants - - $1.10
»7c $1.75 Kahki Pants
41c $1.40 Overalls, Sweet-Orr brand
heavy denim, guaranteed
. . . .
lOc 25c Ball brand Wool Sox - 17c
5c 50c Ball brand Wool Sox - 31c
l»c Ball brand hip and knee boots,
in red or black
H»c $6.00 hip Boots -
- . $4.79
»1.75 4.50 knee Boots -
•29c 3.25 Rubber Shoes, 9-in to p 2.59
4c Outing Gowns, plain white or
colored, made of a very heavy
75c Outing gowns
75c Union Suits -
$1.00 Union Suits
73c $1.50 Outing gown
1.75 Outing gowns -
- $1 19
These are either high or low-necked, long or short sleeves.
50c Children’s Union Suits
. . .
1 lb Royal linking Powder
2 .’•¡jib Royal Raking Powder
50c cans Instant Posturn
Silverdale Tomatoes, 3 cans for
25c Tins Choice Red Salmon
Carnation or Aster Milk, 3 cans for
25c Bottles Snider’s Catsup
15c cans Preferred Stock Tomatoes
10c Rolls Toilet Paj>er
1 lb can Ghiradellas Ground Chocolate
Lamp Chimneys, Nos. 1 or 2
15c pkgs. Otter Brand Raisins
25c cans Wadco Oysters
51b pails Sinclair Lard
10 lb pails Sinclair Lard
California soft shell Walnuts, per lb
1 lb pkgs. Tree Tea
Curve Cut Macaroni, per lb
Hold fast clothes pins, per doz
Rubber Boots and Shoes
Ladies’ Union Suits
$ .75 Men’s Heavy Work Shirts
(All Flannel Shirts at cost)
4.00 Stag Shirts - - $2.98
$5.00 Stag Shirts
1.00 Soft Collar Dress Shirts
. . . .
1.50 Soft Collar Dress S h i r t s ....................................
$1.50 Fancy Organdy
1.75 Fancy Organdy
a is ts
3.75 Fancy Silk Waists
4.00 Fancy Silk Waists
One lot of odd sizes
No. 2 size Safety Pins, doz
10c Bias Tape, any size
10c Stickeri Braid, all colors
10c Ric Rac B raid _______
6c Spools Thread ............
10c Crochet C otton_____
15c Crochet Cotton ____
20c Crochet Cotton
30c crochet Silk
10c Collar S tay s____________
5c Collar S tays____________
10c pkg Pins_______________
5c pkg Pins_______ ________
10c Hair N ets______________
20c Crochet Y am ______
50c Skein Knitting Yam
10c Ink T ab lets________
5c Ink T a b le ts________
50c Unbreakabla Combs______
35c Unbreakable Combs_____
25c Unbreakable Combs______
25c cards Electric Hair Curlers
15c Children’s Garters
Thompson-Crocker & Miller Shoes for Ladies.
Pat Cogan Shoes for Boys and Girls, also Mens dress and work
Nearly every pair in this sale we kave received within the last
few months. Positively no out of date shoes.
2.50 Boys Lace or Button
50c fancy bath towels - • 37c $2.50 Ladies Shoes,
any style - $1.98 2.75 Boys Lace or Button 2.09
65c fancy bath towels
75c fancy bath towels - - 53c 3.25 Ladies Shoes,
3.00 Boys Lace or Button 2.19
85c fancy bath towels
any style -
$1.00 fancy bath towels
- 73c 4.00 English Walking Shoes
$3.00 Mens Dress Shoes
1.25 fancy bath towels - - 79c
1.50 fancy bath towels - 98c
4.00 Velvet Shoes,
4.50 Mens Dress Shoes
blue, black or brown - 2.79
3.50 Mens Work Shoes
Large assortment; all colors
98c 4.25 Mens Work Shoes
12» ¿c Outing Flannel - - 7)^c
4.50 Mens Work Shoes
15c Outing Flannel - - 11c 1.10 Childrens Shoes,
20c Outing Flannel - - - 14c
BLA N K ETS
Beautiful, soft, all wool Blankets, plaids or plain white. The larg
est assortment ever shown in Forest Grove, to be sold
at this sale for wholesale cost.
$6.00 All Wool Blankets
7.00 All Wool Blankets, 70x80
8.00 All Wool Blankets, 66x80
1.25 Cotton Blankets
1.50 50x72 Blankets -
1.75 54x74 Blankets
Very Attractive Bargains
in Men’s and Women’s
lA -c lin C O cIL S
Hundreds of Money-Saving Opportunities Not Listed Here-Come and Inspect Them.
KING & COMPANY
Debate Friday Night
The first High school debate of
the season will take place tomor
row evening at the high school.
The affirmative team, composed
of Elizabeth Whitehouse, Joseph
Iioomis and Ernest Dye, will de
bate with Estacada High school
here. The negative team, Evelyn
McFeeters and Francis Taylor,
will go to Tillamook.
The subject is: “Resolved, That
Oregon should adopt a health in
surance law embodying the es
sential features of the standard
bill for health insurance of the had two victories to its credit and
American Association for Labor came to this city in a rather
chesty mood, but P. U. was too
The contest which will take much for the visitors.
place here is to be a hard-fought
Next Saturday night the Pacific
one. Estacada is one of the strong College quintet comes from New-
est teams in the State and the berg and the locals are promising
local team hopes to defeat them. > the visitors what Philomath got.
Admission 25c. The public is Before the game with Newberg,
urged to attend. __
the P. U. second team will take
on the Hillsboro High school team
Won One; Ready for Another
The P. U basketball quintet for a game. This means two good
defeated the Philomath College games for one admission, two
bits. Fun starts at 7:30.
bunch in this city Saturday night
Monday, Jan. 22, the Brother
by a score of 54 to 23. Philomath
Forest Grove, Ore
hood of American Yoemen will knows how to explain them.
hold a public installation of of
ficers. They will also have a pro
One single seat buggy.
gram for the entertainment of
One set single harness.
their friends, who are cordially in
One six-foot round extension
vited to attend. Meeting at K. table.
of P. hall.
One folding bed.
The lecture given at the Star
One 50-egg incubator.
Theatre Monday afternoon by
1-2 * __ W^E. HILLIER.
frof. A. B. Sweetser, under the j The Men’s Glee Club of the
auspices of the Woman’s club, ! Eugene Bible University will give
was quite well attended and was a concert at the Christian church
both interesting and instructive. next Thursday evening. Admis
Prof. Sweetser has some very sion 15c and 25c. The piogram
good ideas on sanitation and is a good one.